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... went to a neurologist and had all the tests run, needless to say I was prescibed Klonopin 2mgs a day. The first few months were fine but eventually I developed tolerance and the 2mg norm became a placebo. From there it was onto 4mg of Ativan, then to 2mg of Xanax and then back to 2mg of Klonopin. ... (3 replies)
... Yes it does make sense, you are in TOLERANCE WITHDRAWAL. ... (6 replies)
... c I am in such tolerance withdrawal. ... (10 replies)

... I understand you can have withdrawal symptoms even while still taking the drug, due to tolerance. I know I have definitely developed tolerance. I also had a huge tolerance for alcohol after drinking for 20 years, and alcohol also does damage to your Central Nervous System. ... (8 replies)
... It sounds like the beginnings of tolerance. Tolerance can cause withdrawal symptoms while you are still on the drug. And of course, when not taking it, it's plain withdrawal. ... (33 replies)
... Tolerance is at the heart of addiction, dependence, whatever you want to call it. Without a need to increase doses to get the same effect or withdrawal symptoms when decreasing the dose, there is no addiction. You could just stop and walk away, no problems. ... (33 replies)
... benzo addiction is extremely serious and what you describe sounds like text book tolerance withdrawal. ... (6 replies)
... come on, what if she is one of those who does run into hellish problems with then, there she goes again with a possibly worse withdrawal then she is having now! ... (28 replies)
... Katalina, if you don't mind sharing, how much klonopin were you on? thanks,rosie (10 replies)
... T abusing the Klonopin I was given. I was just on an EXTREMELY high dosage given to me by a very twisted psychiatrist. Although I tapered down very low during my withdrawal process, it was hellishly painful. I felt as if I was going through what heroin withdrawal is depicted to be like. ... (10 replies)
... ext dose and you are obcessed with always having the drug with you, refills, etc. Dependence is when your body has gotten used to the drug and you start feeling withdrawal symptoms when you are ready for your next dose or you miss one. If you get withdrawal symptoms between your scheduled doses that is called interdose tolerance. ... (11 replies)
... My point was that hard liquor is more potent, which may cause alcoholism more promptly and easily than weaker stuff, and have higher tolerance/withdrawal issues. Benzos are not all created equal either, as some such as Ativan and Klonopin are more potent, targeting more receptors than let's say, the weakest which is Valium. Most would agree(including experts) it is harder... (33 replies)
... m but I have grown tolerant after so many years of repeated use. There are a few lucky people who can take a drug like valium for a lifetime and never experience tolerance to any significant degree but these people are rare and very lucky IMO. ... (3 replies)
... Thank you very much Mise. This all sounds reasonable and encouraging. :) (128 replies)
... Let me first tell you it is very difficult to hold on to a highly stressful job and taper from Benzo ,particularly when you are hypertensive.But,having said that I would also stress that it can be done as I HAVE DONE IT MYSELF. ... (128 replies)
... t maybe I didn't need the wellbutrin so we tried to cut it down again. This was a month ago. I am now on 37.5 mg daily. I never really was depressed until the benzo withdrawals. I was just a guy that had anxiety and stomach problems because of the anxiety. ... (7 replies)
... epression is almost always so mixed in with withdrawal. In fact, for me, the ability of Suboxon to prevent that overwhelming depression that follows every sudden withdrawal from drugs... ... (34 replies)
... possibility of fatal seizure was there if I had not come in to ER and gotten some benzo into my system. I want to get down to .25 a day, probably before bed. ... (10 replies)
... s anxiety far worse, not to mention an array of other withdrawal symptoms. Look up the Ashton Manual on the net if you want to read some good research on this. Post here if I can help more. ... (5 replies)
... Alcohol and benzos are essentially all created equally, respectively, but it depends on the dose. 10mgs Valium = .5 mgs Xanax. Xanax is 20 times more potent, according to Ashton`s potency equivalency chart, but in each instance one pill delivers the same, though the Valium has more metabolites and exits the system slower. But alcohol is just simply that, blended or not blended... (33 replies)

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